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  • 1-24 Overview
    In: Southern African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Hachigonta, Sepo & Nelson, Gerald C. & Thomas, Timothy S. & Sibanda, Lindiwe M.
  • 1-36 Overview
    In: West African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Jalloh, Abdulai & Faye, Mbene Dieye & Roy-Macauley, Harold & Sereme, Paco & Zougmore, Robert & Thomas, Timothy S. & Nelson, Gerald C.
  • 25-40 Methodology
    In: Southern African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Nelson, Gerald C. & Palazzo, Amanda & Mason-D’Croz, Daniel & Robertson, Richard & Thomas, Timothy S.
  • 25-41 Socioeconomic and farm-level effects of genetically modified crops: The case of Bt crops in South Africa
    In: Genetically modified crops in Africa: Economic and policy lessons from countries south of the Sahara
    by Gouse, Marnus
  • 37-52 Methodology
    In: West African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Nelson, Gerald C. & Palazzo, Amanda & Mason-DCroz, Daniel & Robertson, Richard D. & Thomas, Timothy S.
  • 41-70 Botswana
    In: Southern African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Zhou, Peter P. & Simbini, Tichakunda & Ramokgotlwane, Gorata & Thomas, Timothy S. & Hachigonta, Sepo & Sibanda, Lindiwe M.
  • 43-59 Bt maize and fumonisin reduction in South Africa: Potential health impacts
    In: Genetically modified crops in Africa: Economic and policy lessons from countries south of the Sahara
    by Pray, Carl E. & Rheeder, John P. & Gouse, Marnus & Volkwyn, Yvette & van der Westhuizen, Liana & Shephard, Gordon S.
  • 53-78 Benin
    In: West African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Lawin, Agnide Emmanuel & Akponikpe, P. B. Irenikatche & Jalloh, Abdulai & Nelson, Gerald C. & Thomas, Timothy S.
  • 61-97 Genetically modified cotton in Uganda: An ex ante evaluation
    In: Genetically modified crops in Africa: Economic and policy lessons from countries south of the Sahara
    by Horna, Daniela & Zambrano, Patricia & Falck-Zepeda, Jose Benjamin & Sengooba, Theresa & Kyotalimye, Miriam
  • 71-110 Lesotho
    In: Southern African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Gwimbi, Patrick & Thomas, Timothy S. & Hachigonta, Sepo & Sibanda, Lindiwe M.
  • 79-110 Burkina Faso
    In: West African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Some, Leopold & Jalloh, Abdulai & Zougmore, Robert & Nelson, Gerald C. & Thomas, Timothy S.
  • 99-141 Benefits, costs, and consumer perceptions of the potential introduction of a fungus-resistant banana in Uganda and policy implications
    In: Genetically modified crops in Africa: Economic and policy lessons from countries south of the Sahara
    by Kikulwe, Enoch M. & Birol, Ekin & Wesseler, Justus & Falck-Zepeda, Jose Benjamin
  • 111-140 Cote d'Ivoire
    In: West African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Ahossane, Kadio & Jalloh, Abdulai & Nelson, Gerald C. & Thomas, Timothy S.
  • 111-146 Malawi
    In: Southern African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Saka, John D.K. & Sibale, Pickford & Thomas, Timothy S. & Hachigonta, Sepo & Sibanda, Lindiwe M.
  • 141-172 Ghana
    In: West African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
    by Nutsukpo, Delali K. & Jalloh, Abdulai & Zougmoré, Robert & Nelson, Gerald C. & Thomas, Timothy S.
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